Facebook finally responds to New Zealand on Christchurch attack

After two weeks of criticism, Sheryl Sandberg published a letter saying the company is exploring live stream video restrictions

Two weeks after a terrorist used Facebook to broadcast live video while he massacred 50 Muslim worshippers in New Zealand, the company has broken its silence in the country by publishing a letter from Sheryl Sandberg in the New Zealand Herald.

Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, said the company is “exploring” placing restrictions on who can live stream video on Facebook, but did not announce any actual policy changes.

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